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. says administrators now understand that EDs may have a low , and that it’s a necessary financial hardship that cannot be replaced
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J.D. Zipkin, M.D. Oct 9
Replying to @DrBabyFaceDO
A burden and privilege few understand. Ideally, it should not get easier, but you will need to get better at it. Not for you. For those who watch through tearful eyes.
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Tania Mohamed Oct 7
Replying to @OmgItsTania
Trust your gut instinct.
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Jane McCafferty Oct 8
Think things through before you abbreviate.
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Puneet Gupta 15h
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Crouching Doctor, Hidden Bias Oct 12
Replying to @CrouchingMDBias
A patient who has escaped 4 years of abuse to live in a shelter? We should only assume she is weighed on by trauma: indignance/resilience tempered by fear/uncertainty. These two polar opposites are the essence for understanding triggers. /8
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Ankeet Udani, MD Oct 13
Great slide on citizenship!
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Lauren Kuwik MD Oct 14
We each bring different perspectives that are valuable in patient care.
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Catherine Collins Oct 13
US supplement surveillance: sildenafil in sexual enhancement suppls, sibutramine in weight loss suppls, synthetic steroids/steroid-like ingredients in muscle building suppls. 20% of suppls contained >1 adulterants Ask pts about their suppls
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White Coat Bites Oct 14
Spot on! Read these Our tip: Take care of yourself first before you take care of your patients. There are nurses and other interns around for them, but only you care about yourself.
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Repealist [on Research] Oct 13
I was so fortunate to be at , and these are great!
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EmergncyMedicineNews Oct 10
Today's enews: What motivates one doc to pursue a fellowship may not be the same for another doc, which could be money, interest, prestige, or hireability Sign up for the (totally free!) enews at
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Genevieve RD Oct 11
Had a referral today for a patient with “low albumin caused by beige diet”. Apparently needed nutritional supplements 🙄 (E&D well, good weight for height, no weight loss) Ehhh no, more likely the raging line infection he has. : treat the cause.
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Jennifer K. Chen, MD FAAP Oct 13
Replying to @LaurenKuwikMD
It’s better to ask for help than find out you made a serious error later. Figure out what helps keep you organized. Ask RNs and RTs to show you how to do things! I also like @MarkRamzyDO’s suggestion to find a hobby that will keep you happy (others too!)
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Loyola Heme/Onc Oct 12
Great to have all these in one place! And from one of our former fellows ! Good looking out 👀
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Mark Ramzy 16h
& : - Be Teachable - Take care of yourself outside of Medicine () - Follow the right people (, , ) - Respect the Unit Clerk (everyone else) And here's another cheesecake picture b/c why the hell not
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Osler Oct 10
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Mark Ramzy Oct 12
: Find a hobby outside of Medicine that you occasionally like sharing with others. Mine was baking cheesecakes, what's yours? Inspired by , is this still ? 🤔
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Abrar Hussain Oct 14
Reminder of guidelines for at annual conference source: Sushruta magazine
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Dr Sarah Fitzgibbon Oct 12
Thank you Lucia for writing about the wonderful day we had, and also for those fantastic (and old ones!) Lots of food for thought. I love the lily pad analogy. And a cleaner is definitely an investment in one's mental wellbeing!
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